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Originally posted by wayno
then the consequences of what they say, do and believe is a much bigger deal than what the smaller, poorer and less powerful group says and does.
Originally posted by VenomR
I have been reading articles for a few weeks now on present and past racist arguments presented upon by the U.S. (Not sure how bad it is in other countries). My biggest question now towards racists statements is this. If a statement that presents itself to be racists only if a white person says it to a black person, a hispanic, or any other nationality is classified as "racist". Then what do we call it when a black is racists towards a white? Obviously it is still racism but rather because they are black should the law be shaped and viewed differently for them just because they're ancestors were persecuted by whites a 100 years ago. I am white so I do realize that the views are different but everyone has been treated unfairly by all races and creeds for thousands of years but you don't see them getting any help. Jew's have been persecuted by every European race imaginable. Indian's were persecuted by the English, Italians by the U.S., the Scots by the English and the U.S. ....
Originally posted by kyred
reply to post by wayno
....All hail, the Iriqouis! The first confederation on this Turtle Island!
We have not forgotten. Send us the reams of cloth. Ha ha. We will make weapons of this cloth. Oh, wait. I can't speak for my Seneca brothers and sisters. My heritage wasn't passed down through my mommy, just through my daddy. So I am lost. Wake up my brothers and sisters! I will do more for you than you will do for yourselves.